Simple Guide to pay by Cash with 7-ELEVEN

1st Step, Choose

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  • One way or round trip
  • Departure point
  • DATE
  • Destination
  • Number of passengers
  • Click search bar small

 

 

2nd Step, Select the Available seat provided.

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3rd step, it will Show the availability of the seats

  • Select the available seat(s)
  • Click small proceed

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4th step, key-in your details and remember to double check the trip and departure date.

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5th step

  • Select 7-ELEVEN
  • Check the I Agree the Terms and condition
  • Check the price
  • Click proceed payment

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6th step will lead you to MOL PAY, (there will be a RM1 surcharge by 7-EVEVEN)

Double check your details and Email.

Because the payment Slip will be sent to this email address.

Click molpoint proceed

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7th step, a Cash Payment Slip will be sent to the email and require to print it out with the Bar-code shown as below.

(Note. “Service items” have a Ref Number is required if customer call up for information)

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Step 8, with the Cash Payment Slip, go to anywhere of 7-ELEVEN within Klang Valley for payment.

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Lastly, once the payment is done, they will provide a receipt. At the same time, we also will provide a confirmation email.

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Happy Traveling =D

Remember to book your tickets at www.busonlineticket.com

Top 10 Famous Malaysian Food by area

Malaysia is overflowing with great food and consider the food heaven. To find them, just ask. In the meantime, here are a few classics to tide you over

1. Seremban Beef Noodles

seremban beef noodles                 Beef Noodles

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This beef noodles comes in soup or dry form. Both of them are awesome. It contains generous portions of tender beef (various cuts and even innards) mixed with the chewy noodles.

Address

Stall 748, Sin Yee Kee Noodles Second Floor Food Court, Pasar Besar (Big Market) Seremban Jalan Pasar, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.


2. Muar Otak-Otak

otak stall                 otak otak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fish paste, spices and coconut milk wrapped in banana leaves and grilled over fire like satay.

Address

Stalls on Glutton Street, Muar, Johor


 3. Kajang Satay

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Meat Skewered on a wooden stick and marinated with spices, burn and cooked over hot coals. It is served with a peanut dipping sauce, steamed rice cubes, onion and cucumber.

Address

Sate Kajang Haji Samuri Bangunan Dato’ Nazir, Jalan Kelab, Kajang, Selangor


4. Klang Bak Kut Teh

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Pork boiled in rich brew of Chinese herbs, served with rice, fried dough (Yao Cha Guai), mushrooms, and tofu.

Address

Seng Huat Bak Kut Teh No.9 Jalan Besar, Klang, Selangor


5. Ipoh Chicken Rice

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Serve delicious tender chicken with ginger cooked rice, top it with sweet and sour chili sauce.

Address

Lou Wong Bean Sprout Chicken Rice Jalan Dato Tahwil Azar, Ipoh, Perak


6. Malacca (Melaka) Satay Celup

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Skewered meat, Skewered vegetables, Skewered seafood, very much all the food are Skewered. “Dip That Thing” into the boiling, peanut satay sauce.

Address

Ban Lee Siang Satay Celup 45 E, Jalan Ong Kim Wee, Melaka


7. Banting Beggar’s Chicken

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Most special way to cook a chicken. Wrapping with papers or lotus leaves and then, with clay. Buried it and cook it! Chicken stuffed with carrots and mushrooms.

Address

Bukit Jugra (Permating Pasir), Banting, Selangor


8. Penang Char Kuey Teow

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Kuay Teow noodle stir fried with egg, beansprouts (Tougeh), chili paste, dried pork and prawns.

Address

Kafe Heng Huat 108 Lorong Selamat, Penang


9. Ampang Yong Tau foo

Ampang Yong Tau Foo                   Ampang Yong Tau Foo VEGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Many Different types of Vegetable stuff it with fish paste/ there are many types of fried Chinese dumplings as well. Dip it with the special black sauce and with chili paste for more extreme taste.

Address

Ampang Yong Tau Foo No. 622-C, Jalan Merdeka, Kg Baru Ampang, 68000 Ampang, Selangor.


10.  Malacca (Melaka) Chicken rice ball

Chung Wah

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One of the most unique way of enjoying chicken rice. The steamed rice with a touch of saltiness was made into a ball serving together with tender chopped soy sauce chicken. The price are also very affordable.

Address

KEDAI KOPI CHUNG WAH @ 18, Jalan Hang Jebat, 75200 Melaka


Click the links below for:

Top 10 places must visit at Singapore

So if you wanted to visit these places in Malaysia, you can buy bus tickets from www.busonlineticket.com to those various places. There are many express buses from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore to Penang, Melacca (Melaka), Seremban and many more!  Happy surfing and visiting!


Top 10 places must visit at Singapore

1. PasarBella Market

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PasarBella Food

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PasarBella is a beautiful combination of markets and restaurants. It is located somewhere at “Buit Timah Road” near the “Turf City”.

As beautiful as its name, PasarBella, bringing in the European style into Singapore. Creating awesome environments for people to enjoy with. It is no longer a typical wet market.

PasarBella have more than 30 over unique stalls across the world, at the same time you can enjoy many one-stop station special foods and different environment. If basically feels like going to a small European market.

Address

PasarBella @ The Grandstand Bukit Timah 200 Turf Club Road Singapore 287994

Opening Hours

Stalls: 9.30am to 7pm*

Restaurants: 10am to 10pm

*Some stalls operate beyond 7pm at discretion.

(From PIE Highway Exit 22, Turn out at Eng Neo Ave, Turn Right to Vanda Link, then turn right to Turf Club road. If you are coming from Dunearn Road, straight away turn to Turf Club Road)


 

2. Riders Cafe

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Riders Cafe Food

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Riders Café is located at Bukit Timah. It is within the Bukit Timah’s Riding Club. Customers will have a unique dining experience with these delicious food and have the chance to see little ponies galloping around the area.

Address

51 Fairways Drive Singapore 286965 Bukit Timah Saddle Club

Operating time

Sunday – Thursday 8am – 9pm Friday & Saturday 8am – 10pm

(Closed on Monday)


 

3. Café Colbar

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Cafe Colbar Food

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Café Colbar is about 60 years old and is one of the earliest café in Singapore. It is a bit hard to locate the destination due to the area. It is hiding in Portsdown Road. The price of the food is very reasonable and affordable. Because it is so long time ago, it has history of British Army buying food at this little hideout during the 1950’s. You will also see some old decoration and furniture, which will bring you back to the good old days.

Address

9A Whitchurch Road Wessex Estate, Singapore

Operation hours

Tuesday to Sunday: 11am – 10pm

(Close on Monday)


 

4. ChuckWagon BBQ & Grill

ChuckWagon BBQ & Grill

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ChuckWagon BBQ & Grill Bar

If you all looking for all-time favorite Chicken Wing, ChuckWagon BBQ & Grill is the place you want to be. Sitting in the open-air restaurant, enjoying the western cowboy decoration and country music. Absolutely superb.

Address

7 Portsdown Road, Singapore 139298

Operation Hour

Monday, Wednesday to Sunday: 4pm – 11:30 pm

(Closed on Tuesday, except public holidays or public holidays eve)


 

5. Wheeler’s Yard

Wheeler’s Yard

 

Wheeler’s Yard Shop And Restaurant

Wheeler's Yard Food

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Wheeler’s Yard is not just the favorite place for all the bicycle lover, they are for food lovers as well. It is a combination of Food and bicycles lovers. You must not miss this sweet bike studio. Do not fool by the outside look of the place. When you step into the store, the atmosphere itself pack a punch and exciting feeling.

Address

Toa Payoh 28 Lor Ampas Singapore 328781

Opening hours

Monday: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Wedesday – Saturday: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Sunday: 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

(Closed on Tuesday)


 

6. KOMBI Rocks Rides

KOMBI Rocks Rides

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KOMBI Rocks Rides Food

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These unique store is a combination of Rental and restaurant place. Where customer could hire awesome VeeDubs & other vintage cars for hire. There are also many vintage items like watches, guitars, clocks, fans, bikes and bicycles in collection. As for the food, the recipes are from Koon Kee Restaurant (established 1971), still serving Thai & Chinese recipes passed down three generations. AWESOME! You can definitely feel the love and peace if you dine in here.

Address

66 Yio Chu Kang Road Singapore 545568

Operating Hours

Monday – Tuesday: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Thursday – Friday: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Saturday: 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

Sunday: 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

(Close on Wednesday)


 

7. Chye Seng Huat Hardware

Chye Seng Huat Hardware

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Chye Seng Huat Hardware is another place where which the looks are deceiving from the outside. Do not judge the book by its cover. Chye Seng Huat Hardware are selling foods and coffees but hardware!

Chye Seng Huat Hardware Foods

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Chye Seng Huat Hardware is very famous coffee shop located near Lavendar. Interior and exterior atmosphere is totally different. The moment you step in the coffee shop, you will smell the magnificent aroma. The barista is so friendly and server perfection coffee and everyone is Lovin’ It.

Address

150 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore Nearest MRT: Lavender or Farrer Park

Operation Hour

Tuesday – Thursday 09:00am – 7:00pm

Friday 09:00am – 10:00pm

(Close on Monday)


 

8. D’Kranji Farm Resort

D'Kranji Farm Resort

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Mother Nature are a place for relaxing. Here at D’Kranji Farm Resort is a very good place to enjoy it. If you are planning to stay here, it have varieties of things to do like BBQ, farm visiting which could allow visitors to pluck fruits and even SPA for relaxation.

Address

10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, Lim Chu Kang, Singapore 718813


 

9. The Coastal Settlement

The Coastal SettlementThe Coastal Settlement bar

The Coastal Settlement Foods

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The Coastal Settlement is a secret place located at Singapore’s East Coast. Having both indoor and outdoor choice of sitting depending your mood. The price of the food here is slightly expensive compare to other restaurant mentioned so far, but the killing environment will make you feel worth the price. (Starbuck feeling all over again).

Address

200 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508529

Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday: 10:30 am – 12am (last order time: 9:30 pm)

(Closed on Monday)


 

10. Privé @ Keppel Bay

Privé @ Keppel Bay

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Privé @ Keppel Bay Foods

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Privé @ Keppel Bay is a yacht docking bay for all the private yacht owners. Enjoying the breeze blowing into your hair, the smell of the sea, the sound of the birds and last but not least, the attractive scenery. Despite the traffic, weather is day or night, the view here is very beautiful. Other than the titbits shown above, there are also varieties of hamburgers, Eggs Royale, pancakes and many more. You can also enjoy the drinks here while chilling like a millionaire.

Address

2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382

Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday: 9am – 12am


Click the links below for:

Top 10 Famous Malaysian Food by area

So if you wanted to visit these places in Singapore, you can buy bus tickets from www.busonlineticket.com to Singapore. There are many express buses from Tanjong Malim, Kuala Lumpur, Genting Highland, Malacca (Melaka), Penang, Kuantan, Setiawan and many more!  Happy surfing and visiting!


 

Riding Trishaw Best Way to Experience Malacca’s Historical City

Riding Trishaw Best Way to Experience Malacca’s Historical City

Malacca trishaw

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Trishaw was once very popular as transportation in many places.

Once the evolution of Motor kicks in, many people changes the mode of transportation.

Although the existent of trishaws are very little but they are not dead and gone.

This made them more valuable and treasurable. We can still find them in Malacca.

If you are planning to visit the historical city of Malacca, taking the trishaw is the best way to look and see the whole.

This will help to beat the heat and able to go more distance and experience more of this beautiful piece of history.

Other than that, these trishaws are eye catching and delightful. They are decorated with flowers, light and some even installed music player to make the ride more joyful.

If you’re planning to visit Melaka in the near future, don’t forget to enjoy a trishaw ride.

(Most important: Make your trip more cherish and have more beautiful memories)

 

Check out the video below on the experience of riding the trishaw

Lastly, we respect the rider working under the heat for everyday to bring us around.

 

 

Happy Mother’s Day 2014!

Mother’s day is here!

Special thanks to a friend who share this with us.

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A Lady that works so hard for us and not expecting repays, how can we not love her?

When we are:

3 years old: Mom, I love you.

10 years old: anything mom.

16 years old: my mom is very annoying.

20 years old: I want to leave this house

26 years old: mom, you were right.

30 years old: I want to go to my mom’s house

50 years old: mom, I do not want to lose you.

70 years old: I will give up everything, just to have my mom be here with me.

 

When we ask mom questions

Mom, where is my clothes,

Mom, what’s for dinner?

Mom, can I go out?

Mom, I’m hungry.

When we ask dad questions

Dad, where’s mom?

 

We have only 1 mother, how can we not love her?

When we are:-

Sick, mom will say “Are you ok? Please don’t scare me.”

Having a meal, mom will say “Go ahead, don’t need to wait for me.”

During wedding, mom will say “Stay happy, don’t have to worry about me.”

When mom is sick, she always say “she is fine or I’m OK don’t worry.”

We have only 1 mother, we should cherish every moment we spend with her.

There will be a time, that she can’t even stand properly,

Be there by her side, and hold her arm tight.

Step by Step, walk with her, remembering how she teaches us to walk.

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We wish all mothers best of health. God Bless =DImage

Maju Express for Singapore to Malacca

Maju express bus

Maju Express is one of the popular bus operator with Headquarters in Johor Bahru. The management of Maju Express had recently expanded the bus service to Singapore. Current Singapore branch provides daily bus service from Singapore to Malacca, Singapore to Mersing, Singapore to Kuantan, and Singapore to Kuala Terengganu, as well as the returned services. The counter and departure point of Maju Express is conveniently located at Textile Centre, which is just 5 minutes walking distance from Circle Line (Yellow Line) Nicoll Highway MRT station or from East West line (Green Line) Lavender MRT station.

One of the strengths of Maju Express is the spacious and comfortable seat in the bus. Sufficient leg space and thick yet soft seat cushion ensures passengers having a comfortable journey to destination. Maju Express provides 3 daily departures to Malacca and 1 daily night departure to Mersing, Kuantan and Kuala Terengganu.

Kuala Terengganu is gateway to Perhentian Island and Redang Island. Passengers who like to go Perhentian Island or Redang Island can take Maju Express to MPKT Bus Terminal and then transfer local city bus or taxi from MPKT Bus Terminal to Shahbandar Jetty, Merang Jetty or Kuala Besut Jetty.

Mersing is also the gateway to Tioman Island. Passengers who like to go Tioman Island can also take Maju Express to Mersing bus terminal. Mersing Jetty is just 5 minutes walking distance from Mersing Bus Terminal. Hence, passengers can easily walk to the jetty to take ferry to Tioman Island.

LCCT to Genting and LCCT to KL Sentral by Aerobus

LCCT to Genting and LCCT to KL Sentral by Aerobus

Aerobus now joins BusOnlineTicket to offer returned bus services from LCCT to Genting and LCCT to KL Sentral. They offer 6 trips daily from LCCT to Genting Highland and highly frequent service from LCCT to KL Sentral and vice versa.

Aerobus is the only player in the market who provides bus service from LCCT to Genting Highlands as well as the returned trip. This is especially convenient for tourists who plan to go to Genting Highlands right after arriving by flight at LCCT.

For LCCT to KL Sentral, the first bus starts as early as 4.30am until midnight 2.00am daily with frequency of every half hour. As for the other direction, KL Sentral to LCCT, the first bus starts as early as 3.15am until midnight 2.45am daily with frequency of every half hour. This high frequency of schedules ensures convenience to passengers.

LCCT (or Low Cost Carrier Terminal) is one of the busiest airport in Malaysia, thanks to world number 1 budget airline AirAsia who based their headquarters and main operation in LCCT, Kuala Lumpur. Apart from Shuttle bus, long distance express bus service are available at LCCT coach bay for the convenience of tourists who wish to visit other cities in Malaysia without the need of going to Kuala Lumpur to transfer bus. A project dubbed KLIA2, known as the world’s largest budget terminal is under construction at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, made to accommodate up to growing AirAsia passengers